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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member

    Adding layers of detail here and there.

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  • JESJES47 Posts: 80Member
    Don't try to hold back the art deco. Let it flow.
  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Letting it flow.

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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Continuing to flow slowly.


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  • JESJES47 Posts: 80Member
    As long as it generally comes out the way you picture it in your head, time is irrelevant. Those look like warp nacelles, making it look like a Trek ship of the week. Intentional?
  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Not really. I was wanting to do something full-on art deco, and to me that means shiny towers with
    spires.

    I only occasionally try Star Trek ships. I find them difficult. Of course It's hard to not be influenced by them.


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  • publiusrpubliusr292 Posts: 1,438Member
    This is in keeping to ships after the 1980 Flash Gordon (not the Filmation cartoon--but the movie, that is)
  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Added sort of an atrium-type feature that I've seen on some buildings.


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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    I'm putting the last ship on a back burner to think about what it's going to be. In the mean-time I'm reworking this one "The Wind in Her Sails"

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  • HundredHundred212 Posts: 987Member
    Looks like it could be a long term solar sail explorer or research type ship. Nice work.
  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Thanks.

    The original idea was for a cargo module hauler. Now I'm thinking it's a modular multi-purpose ship.
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  • publiusrpubliusr292 Posts: 1,438Member
    edited September 25 #1693
    I could see solar sails furling up in that design...
    rojren wrote: »
    Added sort of an atrium-type feature that I've seen on some buildings.


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    That would also look good in the 1984 DUNE. The nacelles remind me of the needle/dart that Paul grabbed out of the air.
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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    The hunter-seeker. I thought that design (almost light saber-ish) was interesting, except it was much smaller and more stealthy in the book.

    The engines are sort of inspired by my (inaccurate) memories of what the Chrysler Building and the Museum Center in Cincinnati, and what used to be called the Providian Tower in the city I live in, look like.
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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Working my way forward.


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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    edited October 5 #1696
    Adjusted some things.


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    Added another view.

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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    Testing out materials for the bow.

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  • rojrenrojren994 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,646Member
    edited October 14 #1698
    As done as it's gonna get.

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